Lindsay Lawler To Perform With Summerlin Road, Debut Single

Nashville, Tenn. (November 9th, 2012) – Truckload Carriers
Association (TCA) Highway Angel spokesperson and country recording
artist Lindsay Lawler is set to headline 12th and Porter along side
Warner/Chappell duo Summerlin Road on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 at
7:30pm. The full-band show is just one of several performances Lawler
will be taking part in this holiday season – many of which revolve
around the TCA’s support of the Capitol Christmas Tree 2012, as well as
their work with Wreaths Across America.

The show, which will include several of Lawler’s originals, will also be her Nashville debut of new single Standing Tall.
Co-written with Chris Roberts, the song was recently featured during
the cutting down of this year’s Capitol Christmas Tree in Meeker,
Colorado on November 6th. Lawler will also be performing Standing Tall
at several of the Capitol Christmas Tree’s whistle stops on its way to
the capitol building in Washington DC, including the House of Blues in
Dallas on November 15th, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on November
19th, and finally at the tree’s lighting ceremony on the Capitol lawn
and the Congressional Reception at the Native American Indian Museum in
Washington D.C. (date TBA).

“I am beyond honored to have had my song chosen by music icon Chuck
Leavell to honor Colorado’s beautiful tree and gift to our nation,” said
Lawler. “As the tree makes it’s way to Washington D.C., each ‘whistle
stop’ event has been so special to me, as well as to each city and
community the tree passes through. I hope our Nashville community will
come out to the showcase at 12th and Porter Wednesday where co-writer
Chris Roberts and I will perform “Standing Tall,” as well as to the
Nashville official whistle stop on Nov. 19th at Bridgestone.”

For more information or to purchase tickets for Lawler’s show at 12th and Porter, visit

For more information regarding the Capitol Christmas Tree 2012, visit

About Lindsay Lawler:
Born and raised in Texas, Lindsay Lawler spent several years performing
in Los Angeles before making her way to Nashville, Tennessee in 2007.
After performing at the 2010 Great American Trucking Show in Dallas,
Texas, she formed a partnership with the Truckload Carriers Association
and has since been named the official spokeswoman of their Highway
Angels program. Her single, Highway Angel, has given her exposure as an
artist and become an anthem for truck drivers everywhere. She also wrote
and recorded Long Haul, a salute to female truck drivers. Lawler
continues to support the truck driving community through her
performances around the country and her radio show, On The Road To
Nashville. For more information on Lindsay Lawler, visit

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